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Posts Tagged ‘ Beatstreets ’

A Swagged Out Weekend.


3 video shoots in 4 days is enough to tire any working model out, especially over St. Patrick’s day weekend when everyone is partying.  From ATNT, to Nate ‘BeatStreets’ Haden, to Jay Cee and R.O.D., Sarah Jane Swag will be popping up in all sorts of music videos and short films in the near future, all of which were shot this past weekend.  As her manager, I had the pleasure of accompanying Ms. Swag to all the shoots, and chilling with the various crews behind the scenes as she worked.  The professional photos in the set are courtesy of Geoff Taylor, and a special thanks goes out to Mark Kozen, Quincy Gohlar, and my assistant Ashley F.

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Tokyo 24 – Aeonian Complex EP.


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The group Tokyo 24 has been compared to the likes of Theophilus London, N.E.R.D., and Kanye West, all without having released either an EP, or LP.  But the hype has been building when the group announced their first EP project Aeonian Complex.  (I’ve even posted a few of the preliminary ads on the blog last week) And finally the finished product is out on the web for fans and new finders alike to listen to and enjoy.  Click the pic to hear ‘Aeonian Complex’.

The ‘Aeonian Complex’ (Ad 2)


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With all the incredible music that’s been dropping all this summer, it’s no surprise that Tokyo 24 would be next up to release an incredible collection.  The duo of Duckworth & BeatStreets will be releasing the “Aeonian Complex” EP on August 11th, click the pic to see more about the project.

The ‘Aeonian Complex’.


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With all the incredible music that’s been dropping all this summer, it’s no surprise that Tokyo 24 would be next up to release an incredible collection.  The duo of Duckworth & BeatStreets will be releasing the “Aeonian Complex” EP on August 11th, click the pic to see more about the project.

Showtime @ The Ritch.


Duckworth of Tokyo 24

330 Ritch has been host to many different talented acts from all around the world.  But on the 23rd of March 2011, The Above Ground entertainment company put together a perfect storm of music, musicians, and madness that made the night magic.  Yours truly, DJ Storm, Tokyo 24, C -Plus, DJ King Most, 87 Stickup Kids, Kreayshawn, Alexander Spits, and Theophilus London all played a part in tearing the house to the ground.  Check the Above Ground footage below.

Medicine Agency Gallery: Tokyo 24


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On July 3rd, Tokyo 24 set up at the ‘Medicine Agency Gallery’ in downtown San Francisco, and tore it all down.  Along with Ironclad and Duckworth, the performance hailed the return of Philly P to the stage during a special performance of “Check My Denim”, and concluded with a double encore.  Pro photographer Brittany Jeffers was on the scene to snap some exclusive pics of Tokyo 24, and opening acts “Signs” and “Wanda & Wonder”.  It was an event that was not to have been missed, but if you did, just click here, or on any of the pictures to see the entire set and do it quickly.  These pictures will only be available until July 26th.

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Tokyo 24 @ ‘Medicine Agency Gallery’


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Before you get your grub going for this 4th of July, come check out a performance on the 3rd by Tokyo 24 at the Medicine Agency Gallery, located on 1262 Mason St. San Francisco, C.A. 94109.  Ironclad, Duckworth, Beatstreets, Jetman, and yours truly will be in the building.

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